Bibracte-Mont Beuvray

Recommended
This site has a flat summit that stands out from the mountains of the Haut Morvan. Inhabited since Neolithic times, Mt Beuvray (821m) was selected in the 1C BC by the powerful Aedui tribe as its capital: Bibracte is the archaeological site of the fortified Gaulish town, which has been designated a "Grand Site de France", a museum and a centre for archaeological research. Today it is one of the major European worksites dedicated to the Gaulish period.

Useful information

Address:

Saint-Léger-sous-Beuvray

Nearby tourist attractions

Bibracte Oppidum Bibracte Oppidum
Bibracte Oppidum
St-Léger-sous-Beuvray
0:30
Bibracte Museum
Bibracte Museum
St-Léger-sous-Beuvray
1:30
See all